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Guides For Term Paper Writing

How to Buy a Research Paper: 5 Good Suggestions

The traditional method for buying a research paper is to find the most convenient nearby smart kid and hire them to write the paper for you. This will always be the cheapest approach. The difficulty is picking someone who won't get you into trouble. And there's the rub: buying a research paper bypasses a key element of your educational enterprise. You've heard the old saw: "Give a person a fish and feed him for a day. Teach a person to fish and feed him for a lifetime." It's clear that when you buy a research paper, you are buying a fish instead of learning to fish. Know what you are giving up when you hire out your learning experience; after all, there will be many papers in your future – are you going to buy them all?

Have you decided to go ahead anyway? Then here are five suggestions to help you be successful:

  • Consider hiring the nerd to help you write your paper.
  • Consider buying a paper similar to the one you’re using as a template
  • Make sure you can afford the service. What is your time worth?
  • Decide quickly for cheaper price.
  • Check for plagiarism.

Next, let’s look at each of these in detail.

  1. Consider hiring the nerd to help you write your paper.
  2. Buying a paper is going to be expensive (some tips below will be provided to make it less so). It will be far cheaper to hire the local nerd to help you write the paper. See if you can get that person to help you find the research, to help you write and edit drafts, and to help you with the timetable. Not only is this cheaper, it won't get you in trouble with your school administration.

  3. Consider buying a paper similar to the one you're using as a template.
  4. These papers are called file copies. They are papers that have already been written on the topic and exist in somebody's archive. You can use one of the many online college paper writing services to buy file copies. But first, see if you can use a search engine such as Google or Yahoo to find research papers for free. But the paper topic in the search field and see what you get.

    What you want to do is mine the papers for topics to talk about, for angles to take on these topics, and bibliographic sources. What you don't want to do is copy these directly. The professor knows how to use Google and Yahoo as well.

  5. Make sure you can afford the service. What is your time worth?
  6. Typical papers on the Internet cost $10-$17 a page, with the prices going higher for more advanced papers. Just put the words "buy a research paper," in your search browser and you'll get a list of these companies. These companies sell both file copies (for cheaper) or they will write your paper for you.

  7. Decide quickly for cheaper price.
  8. One of the things that can quickly increase the cost of a research paper is waiting until the last minute to give it to a service. The less time they have, the more they charge you. So if you are going to use a service, give all the assignment details to the service as soon as you know them.

  9. Check for plagiarism.
  10. Although all the services tell you that they check for plagiarism, you will want to check for yourself. Better safe than sorry. Plagiarism checkers are inexpensive (about five cents to check a paper). Just type "plagiarism checker" in your search engine to find one of these services.

Tips for Term Paper Format

After writing and rewriting your content and polishing your final draft, your work is not quite finished just yet. This is where you add any final touches you had yet to complete that your paper may require. These elements may include a title page, works cited page, and setting margins and page spacing. Your content may need to follow a specific order and this is the best time to ensure your work displays it. For instance, your format may include an abstract, introduction, methods, results, and discussion in this order. Some students may find it easier to incorporate these requirements into their paper as they are writing it instead of waiting until the end. Research & Writing For Your College Term Paper